Oswin Terrace | North Shields | NE29 7JQ
0191 605 3378

Our School


Admission to Collingwood Primary School is according to North Tyneside Council’s admissions policy. Please consult the council’s website for the most recent regulations. If you wish your child to come to Collingwood, in the first instance contact school (0191 2005038). We will advise you on availability of places and how to inform NorthTyneside. It is advisable to contact school as soon as possible if you require a nursery place. We have a form which will register your interest, and you will…

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Policies Assessment Policy Attendance Policy Anti Bullying Strategy Anti Smoking Policy Behaviour Policy Complaints Procedure and Policy Confidentiality Policy Charging & Remissions Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy  Data protection policy Drugs Policy Keeping Children Safe in Education Document E-Safety Parent – Child Consent Form Equality  Homework  Marking Guide – English Marking Guide – Mathematics PSHEe&C  Policy Reading Schemes School Uniform SEND – Special Educational Needs and Disability Snow and Bad Weather Policy  Sex &  Relationships Policy  The Teaching of Reading

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Aims of the School

  Aims of the School To find and foster at least one skill or attribute of which the child can be proud. To provide a secure, happy, stimulating and caring environment with a programme of activities in which the children can achieve their potential. To develop the intellectual and physical abilities of children to the fullest extent. To foster the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of each child, and to encourage good behaviour, good manners, and consideration for others.…

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The governors, with the headteacher and school senior management team, set the strategy and manage budgets and appointments to school, along with many other tasks. Governors come from all walks of life. Some are parents, some local authority appointments, and some are invited (community governors) because we think they may be able to bring skills in helping us run the school. We also have staff and the headteacher as governors. Full governors’ meetings take place once a term, and sub-committees…

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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium… is funding allocated to schools by the government. The children who are eligible for this grant are those who are in receipt of free school meals (FSM) or who have been eligible in the last six years of their education (from September 2012). It also includes any children who have parents in the Armed forces or students who are identified as being in foster care (looked after children). Each school has the freedom to decide how the Pupil Premium, allocated to schools per pupil,…

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PE and Sport Funding

  The government has been providing funding of £150 million per annum since the academic year 2013/2014. Every school in the UK has received £8000 plus an additional £5 per pupil. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport is only to be spent on sport and PE provision in schools but each school has the freedom to choose how they do this. www.gov.uk In 2013-2014, Collingwood Primary School received £9,155.00 In…

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SEN Information Report Children with Special Needs or Disabilities Extra support for children who have special education needs or disability is available from a number of staff, depending on the nature of the need.  Children are normally recommended for this extra help by the class teacher. If you are concerned about your child’s progress in school, discuss this first with the class teacher who will advise, and if necessary consult our SENCO. Whilst the school has its own arrangements for…

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